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Mobile phones are without a doubt our most personal and intimate computers. They are with us at all times, and we have become extremely reliant on them. At Ubergizmo we follow the latest developments, products and rumors of this extremely vibrant eco-system. Don’t miss a beat, and don’t forget that Ubergizmo is mobile-friendly too!

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Dolphin Nintendo Wii, GameCube Emulator Running On Android

02/06/2013, There have been a number of video game console emulators available on Android that can play Nintendo 64, PlayStation and even hand-held game devices like the Nintendo DS. But it looks we may finally be getting a Nintendo Wii and GameCube emulator in the...

HTC M7 Teaser Features Beating Heart

02/06/2013, We’ve been hearing a number of things in regards to HTC’s upcoming M7 Android phone like is ability to take ultrapixel photos instead of megapixels, its already assumed component shortages and we even caught a glimpse of its sweet, sweet...

Google Says No To Official Android Booth At MWC 2013

02/06/2013, As rich as Google is, it is nice to know that the company remains prudent in their spending. Case in point? The Internet search giant has said that they will no longer host an official Android booth over at this year’s Mobile World Congress that will be...

Samsung Files For New Galaxy, ATIV Trademarks

02/06/2013, Samsung has plenty of first hand experience when it comes to going to court, especially when they have been doing this dance with Apple across different continents in the past year with varying degrees of success. Having said that, Samsung has recently...

Vine App Gets 17+ Rating

02/06/2013, Well, we are rather glad that the entire hoo ha about the Vine app has now blown over, as the iOS app is back with an update to version 1.0.5 today, coupled with a new 17+ rating. Not only that, the Vine app will also now allow you to block a particular...

Sony Xperia SP Images Spotted

02/06/2013, The Sony Xperia SP is a handset that has more than just one reference name, as it is also known as the C530X, or you can also call it by its codename HuaShan. Well, we are pleased to say that the Sony Xperia SP has made an appearance in a new bunch of...

Galaxy Discover Is A Samsung Smartphone Without TouchWiz UI

02/06/2013, Think of a Samsung smartphone minus the TouchWiz UI, the product is somewhat confusing, even lacking to be honest. Strangely, Samsung has just announced a new phone that will omit its famous user interface in favor of the stock and robust UI from Android....

LG To Unveil New Smartphone Series

02/06/2013, Surprise, surprise! LG Mobile has teased something new on its Facebook page that, according to the company, will be unveiled soon. LG is referring to a new series, adding the caption that reads: “See what surprise LG has in store for you this time,...

Huawei Ascend P2 Leaked Again

02/06/2013, It’s February, and that means we are heading off once again to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to witness some of the best mobile devices that will hit the market this year. One of the most highly-anticipated smartphones is the Huawei Ascend...

The HTC Myst Is A Rumored Facebook Phone

02/06/2013, There have been persistent rumors surrounding the possibility of Facebook launching an Android smartphone of their own. This is in spite of Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg claiming multiple times that no such phone exists. Well for those who think that a...

Evad3rs Shares Some Information On How Their Jailbreak Works

02/06/2013, As you guys probably know by now, the untethered jailbreak solution for the iPhone 5 and iOS 6.1 was released a few days and we’re sure that many iOS users out there have happily jailbroken their device. However is jailbreaking your device enough? Are...

Samsung And Amazon Beat Apple In Consumer Loyalty Index

02/06/2013, Whenever articles are written that negatively portray Apple or its products, the running joke is that we should brace ourselves for Apple fanboys rushing in to defend the Cupertino company and its products. This is not a bad thing because it shows signs...